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House Bill 1239

House Bill 1239

ARCHIVE (2012)

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DIGEST OF HB 1239 (Updated February 27, 2012 6:22 pm - DI 84)

Financial institutions and consumer credit. Makes various changes to the laws concerning: (1) financial institutions; (2) debt management companies; (3) pawnbrokers; (4) money transmitters; (5) check cashers; (6) persons licensed under the Uniform Consumer Credit Code; (7) first lien mortgage lenders; and (8) rental purchase agreements. Repeals the definition of "office of thrift supervision" in the statutes governing the charter conversion of a: (1) building and loan association to a stock building and loan association; (2) mutual or stock savings association to a commercial bank; (3) mutual savings association to a mutual savings bank; (4) mutual or stock savings association to a stock savings bank; and (5) mutual savings bank to a stock savings bank. Changes the statute governing savings banks: (1) to repeal the definitions of "community based economic development" and "community development corporation"; and (2) to recodify the definitions in another provision of the statute. Repeals a provision that requires a savings bank to maintain 60% of its assets in certain qualified investments under the Internal Revenue Code. Repeals a provision that: (1) concerns the effect of a revocation, suspension, or surrender of a pawnbroker license on existing pawnbroker contracts; and (2) is incorporated into another provision of this bill.
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